The Phoenix Coyotes Fight Up a Storm in the Desert

Posted: 2nd November 2009 by Derek Pivko in NHL
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Despite a seasonal low-attendance on Halloween night, all 6,495 fans were in for a real treat after the Coyotes clashed with the Anaheim Ducks. And clashed they did! The Coyotes showed a side that they never showed this season (besides Paul Bissonnette) as the Coyotes staked up on penalty minutes and the gloves dropped rapidly. Coyotes' captain Shane Doan stopped being a gentlemen player after Ducks defenseman James Wisniewski nailed him with a brutal hit early in the first period on Saturday. When Doan returned he showed a side that no one has saw this season and he sent a message to the NHL. The Coyotes are not a team to mess with. Instead, the new Phoenix Coyotes have become the talk of the NHL. The latest NHL rankings rank the Coyotes sixth after the Coyotes are on the verge of a seco ...

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